Here are six news stories from Cambs Times that you may have missed in the last seven days.

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Wisbech snooker player, Joe Perry, had some good news this week when his Snooker & Pool Palace received a five star food hygiene rating.

Cambs Times: Joe Perry's Snooker & Pool Palace in Chatteris has received a five-star food hygiene rating from

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Harry Matthews, a convicted murderer who is jailed in HMP Whitemoor, has had his prison sentence extended after he attacked three prison officers.

Cambs Times: Harry Matthews is currently serving jail time for murder.

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The volunteer committee that runs Chatteris Midsummer Festival announced this week that they'll be hosting a Mamma Mia themed boozy afternoon tea in April.

Cambs Times: A previous Chatteris Midsummer Festival

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Chatteris firefighters were called out to a blaze in Whittlesey after a derelict building caught fire.

Cambs Times: More than 400 people have signed a petition to save Manea, Kimbolton and Sutton fire stations from

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Inbetweeners star, Joe Thomas, performed a stand-up comedy set at Doddington Village Hall, however some attendees were left disappointed.

Cambs Times: The Inbetweeners actor Joe Thomas left £20 ticket-buyers disappointed with his stand-up comedy set

Read the review here.


Carol Grainger, a chef at the Green Welly in Chatteris, has hung up her apron after 26 years in the role - Happy Retirement, Carol!

Cambs Times: Carol Grainger is retiring after 26 years of working at The Green Welly café in Chatteris,

Hear from Carol by clicking here.